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The average age of the Romanian Patriarchate’s delegation is 56

Delegation of the Romanian Orthodox Church is quite young. The oldest member of it is 80 years old Archbishop TIMOTEI (Seviciu) of Arad; the youngest one is Bishop Macarie (Drăgoi) of the North Europe, who resides in Stockholm. He is 39 years old. Scoring 56 as an average age, it’s the youngest delegation so far, to compare with: Church of Greece (73), the Ecumenical Patriarchate (68), Moscow Patriarchate (61), Alexandrian Patriarchate (59) and Georgian Patriarchate (57).

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Patriarch of Romania about the Holy and Great Council: “We have to express unity, but also co-responsibility”

In the opening of the works of the Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church, His Beatitude Daniel, Patriarch of Romania, referred to the Holy and Great Council of the Orthodox Church that will convene in Crete this June. His Beatitude urged all faithful, clergy, monastics and lay people to pray, in a universal (Synodal) spirit, for the good development of the Holy and Great Council. The Patriarch of Romania offered an answer to those who argue against the participation of a limited number of persons in the Holy and Great Council, saying that “Not everyone can participate, but everyone has the […]

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